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PRI's The World
December 19, 2012
Business, Economics and Jobs
December 20, 2012
In Ethiopia, doctors are in short supply, so the country has devised an ambitious plan to scale up medical education. But this focus on the quantity of doctors may come at the expense of quality.
Arts, Culture & Media
February 11, 2013
Francis Falceto has spent decades collecting Ethiopian music and introducing Americans to the sounds of Ethiopian Jazz from the '60s and '70s.
February 20, 2013
As Ethiopia's economy grows, Ethiopians who had moved abroad are now returning home. Some have come back out of a sense of patriotism, while others have returned to make money.
March 21, 2013
Israel is putting its best face forward for President Obama, and what better face to put forward for America's first black president than Israel's first black beauty queen?
July 01, 2013
Reporter Mirissa Neff introduces us to Ethiopian-Israeli singer Ester Rada. Rada's latest release is an EP called "Life Happens."
August 04, 2009
Since the 1970s there's been an array of drama series designed to tackle social issues, tracing their origins to Stanford University in the 1960s.
Science, Tech & Environment
November 24, 2009
Tracing the paths of human migration through DNA to determine our origins and how we came to be so diverse.
February 03, 2009
Politics and music have not always mixed well in Ethiopia. But governments change -- and the music survives, and evolves. A fine example is a new project that highlights the work of Ethiopian musicians today.
September 26, 2009
A lack of rain and political unrest is threatening East Africa with starvation; Kenya is one of the hardest hit areas.
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